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Yealink and Surf Communications Solutions Signed a Partnership Agreement for Promoting Video Communications in Enterprises and SMBs

XIAMEN, China, and YOKNEAM, Israel, November 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Yealink, a leading provider of video and VoIP phones and IP communication solutions, and Surf Communications Solutions (SURF), a global provider of high-capacity multimedia communication systems and applications, signed a partnership for promoting video communications in enterprises and Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs).

The partnership between Yealink and SURF is built upon the successful interoperability and integration between SURF's ORION-MCU video conferencing system, and Yealink's VP530 IP video phone.

SURF's ORION-MCU, based on SURF's DSP-based advanced multimedia processing and transcoding technologies, addresses the large and growing market of enterprise video solutions, extending the reach of video conferencing to every organization, including SMEs.

Yealink VP530, as an innovation of the advanced executive level IP Video Phone unified with audio, video, various applications, creates an immersive, face-to-face experience over the network, empowering users collaborate with each other. Its business designed interfaces; intelligent searching, 3-touch dial and numerous programmable key make VP530 an ideal all-in-one tool for enterprise executives and managers no matter where they are.

Together, Yealink and SURF provide an easily deployed, user-friendly video conferencing solution that is especially suited to enterprises of any size.  The solution is available at a very competitive price - without compromising in quality.

Mr. Rotem Rave, SURF's VP of Sales and Business Development, explained: "Interoperability in video conferencing is quite a challenge, and we are very well aware of both the importance and the complexity of it."

"Our commitment to providing high-quality video conferencing extends to the partnerships we create.   Our partnership with Yealink offers a highly stable, plug & play video conferencing solution."  

Mr. Stone Lu, Yealink's Vice President, added: "Yealink understands the needs of the video conferencing market and one of the major needs is interoperability - products need to work smoothly together. As enterprises are our main target market, we have invested great effort in designing and testing our video phone to enable a quick response to interoperability demands as they arise. Now enterprises can easily deploy quality video conferencing in their organization and save time and expenses. Cooperation with Surf Communications Solutions is significance for both of us. We will shoulder greater responsibilities and share the same commitment to deliver the true power of communication to our global customers."    

About Yealink (http://www.yealink.com)

Founded in 2001, Yealink, is a leading provider of VoIP Phone and IP communication solution.  Selected by the well-known partners like T-Mobile, Telephonica, Portugal Telecom, Huawei, ZTE and clients from over 140 countries, Yealink focuses on VoIP products characterized by reliable quality, easy deployment and affordable price for more than 10 years.  Yealink is the winner of several prices, including the winner of wireless communications & networking products category of the 2008 Global Sources Electronics Design Awards, the most innovative product in ITEXPO 2009, and the best IP phone supplier in CIPCA 2010. In the spirit of innovation, Yealink is constantly seeking to perfect the products and services it provides to the telecom industry.

About SURF Communication Solutions (http://www.surfsolutions.com)

SURF Communication Solutions (SURF) is an industry leader in high-capacity processing solutions for real-time multimedia communication systems and applications. Since 1996, SURF's products have delivered the integral technology behind many of the leading vendors' multimedia servers and gateways and have been deployed by operators and service providers worldwide. SURF-powered multimedia applications are delivering next-gen services to millions of end-users every day. SURF is ideally positioned to stimulate change in the way we communicate. The video-ready SURF engine is a fully converged multimedia processing subsystem available in various form factors or DSP chips affording unmatched density and optimal performance.

For more information, please contact:

Rotem Rave, VP of Sales and Business Development
Surf Communications Solutions
Tel: +972-73-7140745
 Email: [email protected]  

For more information, please contact:
Lidia Shen
Tel: +86-592-570-2000
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE SURF Communication Solutions

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